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Public Advocate Honors Custodians At I.S. 211

I.S. 211 was flooded with six feet of water in the boiler room and two feet in the cafeteria during Hurricane Sandy. More...

CEC 18: Sandy Wrath Takes Away Mid-Winter Break

The Department of Education (DOE) delivered an early stocking full of coal to thousands of New York City public school students with its declaration of how missed school days due to Superstorm Sandy would be made up. More...

Thanksgiving Holiday Off To A Dangerous Start

Top photo: With millions of Americans expected to hit the roads for the Thanksgiving holiday, driving safely is always a concern. A totaled Ford GT was involved in a multi-vehicle wreck on Tuesday, November 20th around 1:45 p.m. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Obama Watches While Romney And The GOP Produce Sour Grapes

Last week, in his first official press conference since winning re-election, President Obama looked, uh, Presidential. And I breathed my second sigh of relief — the first deep breath came late on election night. More...

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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: The MTA announced last week that it will not refund unlimited MetroCards purchased before Hurricane Sandy. How do you think people should be reimbursed/compensated for time lost on their MetroCard? More...

Anecdote

© 2012 Jonathan Gies More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

They’re Going To Protect Our City – What A Novel Idea!

I t took me nearly a year to read Stephen King's “Under The Dome” – a novel that's over 1,000 pages – which unravels the story of a small town that's suddenly cut off from the rest of the world by an invisible force field. More...

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